The Maine Modern Quilters had a memorable day of designing their personalized Metropolis blocks. The class was taught by Ann-Marie Schechtman, VP of Programming Events/Activities.
Thank you, Ann-Marie! Not all blocks were completed at the time of the photo.
The beginning stage of making this 1600″ jelly roll quilt is to sew ALL 48 (forty eight) 42″ strips into one very long strip (1600″).
We are working in the dining room of the Green Ladle Restaurant in Lewiston, Maine run by Chef Dan Caron.
Still another tool, a soda bottle, to utilize rolling up LONG strips for jelly roll quilts!
Another pro with jelly roll quilts! Beth, “Mrs. Fred” rolling her 1600″ jelly roll quilt from Heirloom Creations on an unbrella.
Cindy’s table cloth with appliques of mouthwatering lobsters and crabs.
Fred knows the tricks of making a 1600″ jelly roll quilt! He is rolling his strips on a soda bottle. The jelly roll quilt pattern is from Heirloom Creations.
Hooray for modern solids! Hazel made her 1600″ jelly roll quilt from Heirloom Creations all from beautiful Kona solids found at Quiltessentials Quilt Shop in Auburn.
Karen made 2 quilts from her 1600″ jelly roll quilt. This is one side of quilt #1.
Woo Hoo! Kary made double the size of a 1600′ jelly roll quilt by Heirloom Creations. Kary and family are moving to Florida.
Find a modern group or start up your own! We will miss you, Kary. Thank you for the yummy smelling door prizes! Stay in touch!
Sara’s 1600″ jelly roll quilt by Heirloom Creations. Sara is our newest member and was a speed demon sewing up her quilt. Welcome to Maine Modern Quilters, Sara!